ZALA 421-12

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Unmanned plane ZALA 421-12

ZALA 421-12 is a micro unmanned aerial vehicle developed and produced by the Izhevsk-based company ZALA Aero. It is a small, portable and reliable UAV platform. ZALA 421-12 is designed for front-line reconnaissance, overground and oversea surveillance. It takes 3 minutes to prepare ZALA for launching. The UAV is operated in the autonomous or semi-autonomous mode.

Specifications[edit]

Physical:

  • Takeoff weight, kg - 3,9;
  • Navigation - GPS;
  • Flight duration, h - 2;
  • Engine - electric;
  • Minimum speed, km/h. - 65;
  • Maximum speed, km/h - 120 (limited by program);
  • Maximum flight altitude, m above the sea level - 3600;
  • Wingspan, m - 1,6;
  • Length, m - 0,62;
  • Wind speed during takeoff, no more than m/s - 10;
  • Payload weight, kg max - 1;
  • Launch - by means of catapult;
  • Landing - parachute.

Payload:

  • Color Video camera (550 TVL)
  • Infrared camera (320*240 px)
  • Photo camera (10 megapixels)

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